Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The City continues to do what it can to protect the community and staff, and is taking steps to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Visitors are no longer required to wear a mask, provide proof of vaccination or abide by the two square metre rule at City facilities. 

For assistance translating COVID-19-related information into languages other than English, visit the WA Health Department website.

 Facilities and Services

Customer Service

The City's customer service counters at the Civic Centre at 61 Broun Avenue Morley are open regular hours. 

Community members can also contact the City via phone on 9272 0622 or email


Community events that were postponed due to COVID-19 have been rescheduled.

See the City's Facebook events page for event updates.

Refer to the State Government's COVID-19 Events webpage for event guidelines.


Morley, Bayswater and Maylands (within the RISE building) Libraries are open as normal.

Libraries can be contacted directly on 9272 0980.

Bayswater Waves and The RISE

The RISE gym is open as normal. 

For more information about The RISE visit

Bayswater Waves is open as normal. 

Visit Bayswater Waves​ for further information.

To find out about COVID-19 measures at Morley Sport and Recreation Centre, visit

Playgrounds, skateparks, barbeques, sports courts and community exercise equipment

Local playgrounds, skateparks and outdoor recreational facilities including picnic areas, outdoor fitness equipment, community tennis and basketball courts are open.

Community Centres

Bayswater and Morley Community Centres are open as normal. 

For more information contact the Bayswater Community Centre Program Officer on 9271 5198.

Golf courses

Maylands Peninsula Golf Course and Embleton Golf Course are open as normal. 

Waste collection services

Bin collections continue as normal.

Council and other meetings

Meetings will continue to be held in-person. 

Justice of the Peace

Justice of the Peace Services are available.

Find out more at

Rangers and Security

The City's Rangers and Security services are operating as usual.

For the City's Ranger and Security, please contact 9272 0972 during business hours:

  • Monday-Friday – 8am-4pm

For the City's 24/7 Security Watch service please call toll free 1300 360 333.

For enquiries regarding graffiti, please call 9272 0622 during office hours and 1300 360 333 after hours.

Mental Health and Community Support, Mental Health and Community Support Alfresco dining grants program for small businesses

Street and outdoor dining in Western Australia will expand under a new $5 million COVID-19 Activating Alfresco Rebate Program.

The grants program is part of the $67 million Level 1 COVID-19 Business Assistance Package and is now open to eligible small businesses including cafés, bars, pubs, restaurants and hotels.

Under the scheme, small businesses can apply for grants of up to $5,000 to reimburse the costs of creating or expanding alfresco operations.

This includes the costs of things such as purchasing new furniture, lighting, weather protection, interactive play spaces and art.

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For more information 

To find out more about COVID-19, visit:

Information in languages other than English

For COVID-19 translated advice for WA, visit the State Government's COVID-19 translated advice webpage

Click below to access information in languages other than English.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Multilingual Resource Library

SBS languages portal

Information in Easy English Support for people with a disability Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Please visit the links below for information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), specific to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 

Healthy WA

Aboriginal Health Council of WA

National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation

Information for older adults

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